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Bannon says under White House orders not to answer House committee

Washington - Former Donald Trump advisor Steve Bannon Tuesday refused to answer questions from a congressional committee probing the president's campaign links to Russia, saying he was under orders from the White House not to.

Bannon testifies before House committee probing Russia campaign links

Washington - Steve Bannon faced a marathon grilling Tuesday by a congressional committee probing Donald Trump's campaign links to Russia, as it emerged the former top aide has also been subpoenaed by the special prosecutor investigating the issue.

Qantas changes website to recognise Chinese territories

Sydney - Australia's Qantas has changed its website classification of Taiwan and Hong Kong from separate countries to Chinese territories after Chinese regulators scolded several foreign firms over similar listings.

Case dismissed against French troops accused of child rape in C. Africa

Paris - French investigating magistrates have closed a probe into allegations that French soldiers raped children in the Central African Republic while on a peacekeeping mission, judicial sources told AFP on Monday.

China shuts Marriott website over Tibet error, scolds other firms

Authorities in China have shut down Marriott's local website for a week and scolded Delta, Zara and a US medical firm Friday for listing Tibet, Taiwan and Hong Kong as separate countries.

Assange's seven-year legal saga

Paris - Here are key dates in Julian Assange's extradition battle after Ecuador on Thursday announced it had granted the WikiLeaks founder citizenship.

Shanghai probes Marriott hotels over geography gaffe

Authorities in Shanghai are investigating hotel giant Marriott after it triggered an online uproar with a customer questionnaire that listed Chinese-claimed regions such as Tibet and Hong Kong as separate countries.

Trump says interview with Russia investigator 'unlikely'

Washington - President Donald Trump on Wednesday appeared to back off a commitment to meet investigators looking into Russia's role in the 2016 US election, saying an interview was "unlikely" to take place.

S.Africa opens manslaughter probe over deadly train crash

Johanesburg - South African police launched a manslaughter investigation Friday following a train crash that killed at least 18 people and injured 254 others in one of the country's worst ever rail disasters.

French judges finish probe into attack that sparked Rwanda genocide

Paris - French anti-terror judges have finished their investigation into the missile attack that sparked Rwanda's 1994 genocide and will now decide whether to send the highly sensitive case to trial, legal sources said Thursday.

France closes probe into 1994 attack on Rwanda president

Paris - French anti-terror judges have ended an investigation into the missile attack on a plane that killed former Rwandan president Juvenal Habyarimana, sparking Rwanda's 1994 genocide, legal sources said Thursday.

Trudeau's lavish vacation broke ethics rules: watchdog

Ottawa - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau broke ethics rules when he and his family vacationed at the private island of billionaire philanthropist and spiritual leader the Aga Khan, Canada's ethics watchdog ruled Wednesday.

Messi's brother out of house arrest on 100,000 euro bail

Buenos Aires - The older brother of Barcelona and Argentina star Lionel Messi has been released from house arrest after paying a 100,000-euro bond, Argentinian media said Tuesday.

Trump team claims Russia investigator 'unlawfully' got emails

Washington - A lawyer for Donald Trump's transition team has alleged special counsel Robert Mueller unlawfully received tens of thousands of emails, in the latest attack on the credibility of the probe into Russian meddling in the US election.

Trump team claims investigator 'unlawfully' got emails

Washington - The special counsel probing whether US President Donald Trump's campaign colluded with Russia has unlawfully received tens of thousands of emails, a lawyer for Trump's transition alleges, according to US media.

Another person charged in Nice hotelier 'kidnapping' case

Nice - Another person has been charged over the suspected kidnapping of a millionaire French hotel magnate, who was found tied up in the back of a van in 2016, the prosecutor in Nice said on Friday.

Israel PM faces new questions in graft probe

Jerusalem - Fraud squad detectives questioned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at his Jerusalem residence on Friday, the seventh time in a nearly year-long corruption probe, police said.

Families of London tower fire victims call for diverse inquiry

London - Survivors and relatives of the 71 victims of London's Grenfell Tower fire on Tuesday delivered a petition to Prime Minister Theresa May demanding an "impartial" investigation with additional diverse panel members.

France's National Front charged over EU 'fake jobs'

Paris - France's far-right National Front (FN) has been charged with giving party members suspected fake jobs as assistants at the European Parliament, the party said Tuesday.

Grenfell Tower fire probe 'unprecedented': UK police

London - The criminal investigation into the Grenfell Tower fire in London in which 71 people were killed is "unprecedented", a police spokesman said on Monday at the opening of a public inquiry into the blaze.

Deutsche Bank subpoenaed in Trump probe

Washington - US prosecutors probing Russia's election meddling have subpoenaed financial records from Donald Trump's long-time financiers Deutsche Bank, two sources said Tuesday, but the White House denied the president was targeted directly.

White House denies Trump bank records subpoenaed

Washington - The White House on Tuesday denied that President Donald Trump's financial records had been subpoenaed from Deutsche Bank by the special prosecutor examining allegations of Russian election meddling.

Methodically, prosecutor Mueller edges toward White House

Washington - Special Counsel Robert Mueller's indictment of President Donald Trump's former advisor Michael Flynn has ratcheted up tensions in Washington, with the White House girding for possible obstruction charges against Trump himself.

German police search for clues after Christmas market bomb scare

Berlin - German police said Saturday that it was "unlikely" a Christmas market in Potsdam was the target of a package found nearby that was initially believed to contain an explosive device.

Ex-Trump aide Flynn pleads guilty to lying about Russia links

Washington - Donald Trump's former top advisor Michael Flynn pleaded guilty Friday to lying to the FBI over his contacts with Russia, in a dramatic escalation of the probe into possible collusion between the president's campaign team and Moscow.

Ex-Trump aide Flynn charged with lying about Russia links

Washington - Donald Trump's former national security advisor Michael Flynn was to appear in court Friday after being charged with lying over his Russian contacts, as part of the FBI's probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow.

Journalist Kim Wall's right arm may have been found

Stockholm - Danish police on Wednesday said divers have found a second arm in the area where the rest of Swedish journalist Kim Wall's body parts were discovered after she was killed onboard an inventor's submarine.

How machine learning is shaking up investing: Interview Special

A new machine learning platform from Harvard graduates is shaking up investing. This is presented as the first completely transparent and accountable prediction tool for thousands of stocks.

Sessions vows quick decision on possible Clinton prosecutor

Washington - US Attorney General Jeff Sessions told Congress Tuesday that the Justice Department could soon appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton, a move repeatedly called for by President Donald Trump.

US attorney general vows quick decision on Clinton prosecutor

Washington - US Attorney General Jeff Sessions vowed Tuesday to decide quickly whether to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton's alleged mishandling of classified materials when she was secretary of state.
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